Well, here is the problem. The Easter Bunny and Santa are clearly made up figures but you don't have a problem with those.
That is insanity right there and very unreasonable.
Putting your Strawman argument aside (it means you're debating something you said, claiming I said it, but I actually didn't, so you're wasting your time and mine), the difference is that everyone knows and admits that the Easter Bunny and Santa Claus are fictitious characters.
Yet some people still think god and Jesus are real. They aren't. They are just as fictitious as Superman, Thor, Frodo, and Zeus.
Believing in something is real that isn't real, like Jesus and gods, is an actual sign of insanity btw.
Somehow the Universe was created by itself just randomly from nothing to something with fine tuning.
Who is really ignorant here?
Apparently, you are. Which you are about to prove in spades in your next sentence...
Anyone that is really intelligent without bias will tell you that there is just too much intelligence in the creation of the Universe and on this planet including the creation of DNA to be just random. It is what it is, stop trying to be in denial and make up excuses. The obvious is the obvious.
It's fascinating that what you find obvious just happens to be what you were told as a child is the nature of the universe. It has NO support with any scientific evidence whatsoever. In fact, every year, the amount we don't know about the workings of the entire universe gets smaller and smaller.
And there's no sign or evidence anyone designed anything whatsoever anywhere in the cosmos. More importantly, with what we know now about the formation and evolution of life, there's no need for any designer at all.
The truth is the only reason that you believe in something and feel it is "obvious" is because you were brainwashed to believe it as a child by probably very well-meaning adults (your parents) who wanted to feel better about their lack of knowledge about the real workings of the real universe. And they were probably brainwashed by their very well-meaning parents too.
But, guess what? Grandpa and Grandma know less about the universe than your parents do. And you've grown up with scientific advancements they could never dream of, so you know more about the real universe than your parents do. And your children will know more than you do.
So why in the world do you think they were right about something as completely unfounded and nonsensical as a mythological god?
The answer is, they weren't. They told you about the world to the best of their ability. But they were wrong. Like they were about slavery and women's rights and gay rights and...
It appears as though you look around yourself and see a world of intelligent design simply because you lack the intelligence to comprehend its workings?
Yet you trust a doctor who has studied medicine to know the workings of your own body better than you do. And you trust your accountant to know the rules of paying your taxes better than you do in order to make sure you comply with those rules. And you trust the fireman to work the fire truck better than you could because he's been trained to do that work as part of his job.
Are they also proof of an intelligent design in and of themselves? Or are they just proof that you lack the education to do those jobs or answers those questions?
So, in an effort to educate and enlighten, what would you like to know about the universe? I am uniquely qualified to answer any question you could pose.
Or would you rather believe the simple big lies your parents mistakenly told you growing up?